I'm incredibly anal about people getting ava-based information wrong, so this interests me greatly. However, I'm not sure how Call of Duty knowledge comes in to this? But being a tech journalist etc, I can surely learn all there is to know about CoD in a matter of days.
Available: College from 6-6:30 ish, can still check up and update during the day. Since I spend most of my free time writing my articles and playing AVA, this will be a welcome diversion.
Reasons: I hate it when people are ignorant on the various finer aspects of AVA; also, I'm not sure if you can tell by my posts, I have fairly high standards for the grammar of myself and those around me (I'm a traditional Englishman, what did you expect?). Spend a massive chunk of my time on AVA and regularly contribute to the existing wiki.
What I wan't to do with it?: I constantly find myself cut short on information regarding guns, particularly newer ones and cap guns, when reading the wiki; so I would like for the precision and depth of information to increase. I would also strongly suggest getting an experienced programmer on team, someone who could decompile various bits of the code and therein find out how specific aspects of the game work. For example, it would be interesting to have the displayed and actual stats of a gun as they appear in the game code (like in the F2K where the sharpshooter barrel adds ROF rather than deducting it, or the cz75 where the damage is obviously lower than advertised).
Thank you very much for your consideration, have a wonderful new years chaps.